Here are some thoughts as you think about how you’re going to watch the Pats-Giants game on three different networks tomorrow night:
- I would be slightly offended if I were a New York Giants fan who decided to make some money by selling my season ticket to tomorrow’s game to a Patriots fan. The team apparently doesn’t care for my financial support, so next time I might not buy the ticket at all. I’m sure the Giants’ PR team is ready to hurt Brandon Jacobs and Justin Tuck, who were quoted in the article.
- My Christmas/birthday haul included some DVDs, games, books, and other such things that have taken my time away from working on this site. You’ve probably noticed (or not) that I’ve been a bit light on content lately, but I plan to pick things back up in the new year.
- Last night, I became a Netflix subscriber after having toyed with the idea for a while. I’m going to use it to catch up movies I should have seen in the past, and I might chime in with a review of either a movie or the service from time to time.
- The more popular some of the 2008 Presidential candidates become, the more dirt we get on them. I guess that’s part of the process, and possibly an agonizing one for the revolving door of Republican favorites. While the top three Democrats have remained the same for some time (Clinton, Obama, Edwards), the Republicans have seen McCain, Giuliani, Romney, and Huckabee take turns in the limelight. Ron Paul, whose candidacy has mostly flown under the radar, except on the internet, may be next. Here’s a little tidbit from Think Progress showing one way that Paul, while sometimes refreshingly libertarian, is also a little scary.
That’s all I have. See you in the new year.